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Seeking suppliers with skin in the game

|October 20th, 2021|

A manager discusses how suppliers can be allies in these tumultuous times. They can help you experiment and actively seek creative solutions as you develop your program.
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Court: AB 5 not a first amendment issue

|October 13th, 2021|

Freelance journalists and photographers claimed AB 5 violates their free speech. The 9th Circuit rejected that, saying the legislation falls within the traditional sphere of state regulation.
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Collaborate for a better world of work

|October 13th, 2021|

The workforce solutions ecosystem is flourishing because the people within it are willing to work together to share best practices and thought leadership, writes SIA’s Frank Enriquez in the Staffing Stream.
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Company to pay $42 million in independent contractor misclassification case

|October 6th, 2021|

A Pennsylvania company will pay $42.3 million in back wages and liquidated damages to 700 workers after misclassifying them as independent contractors, the US Department of Labor announced.
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AB 5 roundup: SCOTUS declines truckers’ case; state extends exemptions

|October 6th, 2021|

The US Supreme Court declines truckers’ AB 5 case; California legislature extends AB 5 exemptions for certain job types.
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California employers face criminal liability for intentional unpaid wages

|September 29th, 2021|

A California law that makes intentional “wage theft” by employers a felony in the state of California applies to companies’ independent contractors as well as direct hires.
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Aftermath: The effects of Mexico’s staffing ban

|September 29th, 2021|

Mexico’s ban on outsourcing, as staffing is known there, came into effect this month. Read about the ban’s early impact and what industry observers have to say in the Staffing Stream.
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Independent contractors: Florida businesses to report their data; pro-Grubhub ruling to be reconsidered

|September 22nd, 2021|

Certain Florida businesses to submit new hire information for ICs and a federal judge must reconsider her ruling that Grubhub Inc. was correct to treat a delivery driver as an independent contractor.
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2021 CW Program Game Changers list is live

|September 15th, 2021|

Staffing Industry Analysts released its fourth annual CW Program Game Changers list today, honoring 40 individuals from around the world who have led innovation during tumultuous times. Read about how they are changing the world of work.
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Google accused of underpaying thousands of temp workers

|September 15th, 2021|

According to a report by The Guardian and The New York Times, Google executives have been aware for at least two years that it was out of compliance with laws in dozens of countries that mandate temporary workers be paid equal rates to full-time employees performing similar work.
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